On the 5th, the Mirror reported on the hot summer weather in Kuwait, a Middle Eastern country with long, hot, dry, and sunny summers, with the title "The World's Most Inhabitable City, Summer Temperatures Often Exceeding 50 degrees Celsius, Even Streets Should Be Equipped with Air Conditioning"; In winter, it is cool, dry, and cloudy when sunny; There is wind all year round; The annual temperature is generally within the range of 8 \u00b0 C to 46 \u00b0 C, rarely below 4 \u00b0 C or above 48 \u00b0 C. As soon as Kuwait City, the capital of Kuwait, enters summer, almost no one walks outdoors. Specific data shows that since August this year, Kuwait has experienced a high temperature of 51 degrees Celsius. According to data, the summer temperatures in Kuwait have approached 50 \u00b0 C in recent years. Kuwait is a desert country, with a desert area accounting for over 90% of the national territory. It is extremely hot, hot, and dry without rain.Kuwait's Arab Times reported that on the 2nd local time, the country's electricity load reached a record high of 16735 megawatts. According to reports, two-thirds of the residential electricity consumption in the country comes from air conditioning that operates almost uninterrupted throughout the day. Iranian businessman Ashkanani, who lives in Kuwait, said that during the hottest months of the summer, most of Kuwait's 4 million residents would flee abroad to seek shelter. Local meteorological experts say that in recent years, climate change has made the summer in Kuwait hotter, and extreme high temperatures have extended from two weeks to about a month. In recent years, the annual rainfall in Kuwait has been continuously decreasing, and the frequency and intensity of sandstorms have also increased.